Samsung i515 Gets Bluetooth Certification, Confirms “Prime” Rumors

A Samsung handset carrying the model number of SCH-I515 was found in the Bluetooth SIG yesterday, adding credibility to whispers of a ‘Prime’ device. Whether or not it’s going to be called the Nexus Prime or Droid Prime remains to be seen however the rumored October launch ...

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AT&T Taps LG Thrill 4G With September 4 Launch

Months after initially unveiling the 3D smart phone, AT&T is finally ready to release the LG Thrill 4G. According to a message posted on the carrier’s Facebook page yesterday, the phone goes on sale this coming Sunday, September 4th. Pricing for the glasses-free 3D Android handset, is ...

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Cricket Wireless to Offer Samsung Vitality with Muve Music Service

Cricket Wireless looks to be hopping onto the same train as U.S. Cellular and MetroPCS, offering a new mid-range Samsung handset. Known as the Vitality, specifications include Android 2.3 Gingerbread, an 800MHz processor, 3.5-inch HVGA display, and 3.2-megapixel camera. If this sounds a little ...

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Samsung I9220 Found Getting Wi-Fi Certification

A Samsung GT-I9220 has been spied on the Wi-Fi Certification website this week, confirming the model as being legit and part of the handset maker’s short term roadmap. According to details uncovered by OLED-Display, the Samsung GT-I9220 will feature a Super Amoled HD display with a 326ppi ...

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Win 1 Year of TeleNav AND $100 in Gas [CONTEST]

For those  readers living in the United States this coming weekend is Labor Day.  For many of you this means hopping in the car for a weekend getaway, picnic, or barbecue.   As such, we couldn’t think of a better excuse to throw a travel-related contest.  We’ve teamed up with our ...

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Toshiba Thrive Review

At first blush, the Toshiba Thrive could be mistaken for a “rugged” Android tablet.  Given the thick design and ridged back side, it’s easy to see why someone might skip on by this device and on to more sleek and sophisticated-looking devices.  You know, devices from bigger names such as ...

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HTC Sense 3.5 Gets an Unofficial Video Demo

The HTC Bliss, a female-focused Android handset due in late September is expected to be among the first to feature HTC’s latest iteration of Sense.  With one month to go before the phone debuts, we recently started to see pictures of the Bliss and its custom UI.  Images are nice, sure, ...

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Droid Bionic to Launch with New Webtop Accessory

One of the notable features that we’re looking forward to seeing in the redesigned Droid Bionic is the support for the laptop dock and/or HD station.  Widely considered one of the standout reasons to buy an Atrix 4G (AT&T) or Photon 4G (Sprint), it adds a new level of functionality to ...

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Verizon to Launch Droid Prime with Ice Cream Sandwich (Rumor)

The Boy Genius Report is at it again, providing a bit of exclusive news as it pertains to the upcoming Nexus Prime. According to a source close to BGR, Verizon has passed on the Galaxy S II for a pair of reasons. For starters, the insider says that “Verizon doesn’t think the Samsung ...

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First Pair of Images of HTC Vigor Surface

A pair of images surfaced over the weekend, giving us our first decent look at Verizon’s forthcoming HTC Vigor.  The phone is expected to feature a number of high-end specifications (4.3-inch HD display, dual-core 1.5GHz processor, 1GB RAM, 16GB internal storage, and Beats by Dre ...

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Motorola Tweet Confirms Droid Bionic for September 8

A tweet from the Official Motorola Droid Bionic Twitter account has confirmed yesterday that September 8th will be the release date for the long-awaited handset.  Of course we’ll likely get a full-on press announcement in the next few days as Motorola and Verizon really want to make sure ...

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EA Releases Free Version of Tetris

Electronic Arts (EA) has followed the recent debut of Scrabble Free with another, equally popular title in Tetris Free.  Featuring new and improved visuals, personal stats, and the popular marathon mode, the game can be downloaded on Android 1.6 devices and higher.  How do they get away with ...

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Samsung Unveils Refreshed Galaxy S II, Galaxy Tab 8.9 with LTE Support

We had been hearing that Samsung was prepping a refreshed version of their fast-selling Galaxy S II for IFA later this week in Berlin, and now it’s official. Samsung announced a new LTE-ready iteration of the handset over the weekend, tossing in a couple of improvements on other fronts. ...

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Get a Clear Look at Sprint’s Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch

We’re but one day away from getting the official announcement, but we now have a very clear indication as to how the Sprint version of the Galaxy S II looks.  Assumed to carry the name of Epic 4G Touch when it debuts in the next few weeks, it’s a slim, sleek, and sexy on the... Read More

AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile Galaxy S II Pose for Picture on Eve of US Debut

We’re only a few days away from getting our first official looks at Samsung’s U.S. Galaxy S II photos so we’re not surprised to see these types of leaks coming at the last moment.  The image you are looking at above is said to be the AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile versions of ...

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